The Meat Hook

Whole Animal Butcher Shop and Family Farm Meat

The Meat Hook is a whole animal butcher shop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, begun in 2009. All of their beef is 100% grass-fed and grass-finished; all their pork and poultry are pasture-raised in New York State and Pennsylvania. The Meat Hook prides themselves on their great relationships with their farmers, the quality they produce, and their absolute commitment to animal welfare and regenerative agriculture. A neighborhood favorite, The Meat Hook also teaches butchery.

Along the way they developed some pretty amazing sausage recipes. With the goal of being the first fully transparent meat company in the United States that will make a real impact on the American meat industry, The Meat Hook also wants to make the first sausage you can actually feel good about eating. Partnering with Goldbely, it’s now possible to taste their Hot Dogs, Classic Italian sausage and Bratwurst nationwide!

We're not the only ones who love them!

Eater, New York Magazine's Grub Street, The New York Times, and many other publications have covered them throughout the years.

The Meat Hook

Whole Animal Butcher Shop and Family Farm Meat

The Meat Hook is a whole animal butcher shop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, begun in 2009. All of their beef is 100% grass-fed and grass-finished; all their pork and poultry are pasture-raised in New York State and Pennsylvania. The Meat Hook prides themselves on their great relationships with their farmers, the quality they produce, and their absolute commitment to animal welfare and regenerative agriculture. A neighborhood favorite, The Meat Hook also teaches butchery.

Along the way they developed some pretty amazing sausage recipes. With the goal of being the first fully transparent meat company in the United States that will make a real impact on the American meat industry, The Meat Hook also wants to make the first sausage you can actually feel good about eating. Partnering with Goldbely, it’s now possible to taste their Hot Dogs, Classic Italian sausage and Bratwurst nationwide!

We're not the only ones who love them!

Eater, New York Magazine's Grub Street, The New York Times, and many other publications have covered them throughout the years.